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HTC Titan II review, Wrath of the Titan!

HTC Titan II review, Wrath of the Titan!

HTC Titan II is one of those smart phones that really match their name. With a 16 mega pixel rare end camera and other high end specs, this smart phone is certainly one of the very best Windows based devices available in the market. This can be considered at the top of Windows OS running devices, alongside Nokia Lumia 900. Although the device has a wide range of impressive specs, its 16 mega pixel camera alone is something that can attract the attention of a lot of users.

Let’s take a look at the technical specs of this beast of a device. It would come with a 4.7 inch S-LCD capacitive touchscreen having a screen resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. The handset would run Windows Phone 7.5 Mango OS and would also have support for LTE connectivity. It would be powered by 1.5 GHz Qualcomm Snapdragon S2 CPU and would have a RAM memory of 512 MB. The RAM might be a bit lower for a high end device like this and can be considered among the very few negative aspects about this handset. After that we have the main attraction of this device, that is, the 16 mega pixel rare end camera with the facilities of dual-LED flash and a dedicated camera button. There is also another 1.3 mega pixel front end camera for video chatting and conferencing. The backend camera would be able to record 720p video at 30 frames per second. Another drawback is that the device has a 16 GB of internal storage but no support for microSD card, which means that the internal storage cannot be expanded. Other important features of this phone include Mobile Office document viewer/editor, Standard 3.5mm audio jack, Social network integration and cloud services, Stereo FM Radio with RDS, Built-in A-GPS receiver¸1730mAh Li-Ion battery, and various HTC apps.

Now although this device has a massive 16 mega pixel camera sensor, it only shoots videos in 720p format which is certainly not at par with the 16 mega pixel sensor. Another disadvantage is that the device does not have flash support in the browser and users need to manually install it later. Finally, when we compare this device with its closest rival Nokia Lumia 900, the later has a clear edge of low price even though the technical specs of both devices do not show a huge difference. HTC Titan II is available under contract with AT&T as well as in unlocked form.

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